Refraction (Bent Thinking) #75

Proving Non-existence: when an arguer cannot provide the evidence for his claims, he may challenge his opponent to prove it doesn’t exist. Refutation: the burden of proof is one the one making the claim of existence. Examples: asking to prove God doesn’t exist or to prove UFO’s haven’t visited earth, and etc.). Side Note: Although one may prove non-existence in special limitations (e.g. by definition or demonstration within a small set), one cannot prove universal or absolute non-existence, or non-existence out of ignorance. It is very difficult to prove that something does not exist. The proof of existence must come from those who make the claims. For more on this, go to the “Purple Spotted Ground Squirrel” link at the bottom of

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